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eSight V300R010C00 Maintenance Guide 07

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Setting the SMS Server

Setting the SMS Server

You can use the short message function provided by the eSight only when correctly configuring the eSight short message service (SMS) server.


  1. Set the configuration file based on the SMS code protocol used on the SMS server.



    SMPP3_3, SMPP3_4, CMPP2_x, CMPP3_x, or SGIP is used

    Set the smproxy.xml file.

    1. Open the configuration file in eSight installation directory/AppBase/etc/oms.core/smproxy.xml.

      You can refer to smproxy.xml to set the parameters in the configuration file.

    2. Restart the eSight.

    SMGP protocol is used

    Set the smgp.xml file.

    1. Open the configuration file in eSight installation directory/AppBase/etc/oms.core/smgp.xml.

      You can refer to smgp.xml to set the parameters in the configuration file.

    2. Restart the eSight.

  2. Log in to the eSight.
  3. Set the SMS server.

    1. Choose System > System Settings > System Interconnection from the main menu.
    2. In the navigation tree on the left, choose Short Message Server.
    3. In the Short Message Server page, set the SMS server domain name/IP address, port number, and message sender number.
      • SMS server domain name/IP address: the host name or Internet Protocol (IP) address of the SMS server.
      • SMS coding protocol: Code protocol of the SMS server.
      • When the coding protocol is set to SMPP3_3 or SMPP3_4, click Advanced. You can set the calling and called numbers, and their coding schemes.
      • SMS server port: the port number of the short message center. A default port number is provided for the eSight based on the code protocol.

      The port number can also be customized.

      • SMS server user name and Password: the user name and password obtained from the SMS server. The eSight uses the user name and password to connect to the SMS server, and sends messages to users over the SMS server.
      • Message sender number: calling number for sending a short message.

        If you want to send long messages and status reply, click Advanced to set related parameters.

        Table 3-13 describes the short message length supported by each protocol.

      Table 3-13 Short message length supported by each protocol

      Encoding Protocol



      • Supports long short messages.

        The recipient can receive the entire message, no matter how many characters are contained a short message sent by the sender.

      • Do not support long short messages.

        If the number of characters contained in a message sent by a sender exceeds the preset threshold, the system splits the message and sends several short messages to the recipient.


      Short Message Gateway Protocol (SMGP)

      Short Message Gateway Interface Protocol (SGIP)

    4. Click Apply.

    Click Test to check the connection to the SMS server. The system displays a message showing the connection status. When you test the server connection, if the entered parameter is incorrect, the response will be slow and it might take some time.

Updated: 2019-06-30

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